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Anna Clyne: Blue Moth

Born in London, raised in the U.K., and currently composer-in-residence at the Chicago Symphony, Anna Clyne is a wonderfully inventive and expressive artist who combines modern chamber pieces with electro-acoustic elements to create evocative soundscapes. "Blue Moth" follows her collaborations … Continue reading


Bobby Previte: 23 Constellations of Joan Miro

Percussionist-composer Bobby Previte wasn’t a big fan of Spanish painter Joan Miro until he walked into a retrospective at New York City’s Museum of Modern Art. Today, nearly nine years later, Previte has a new recording of 23 exquisite short … Continue reading


Alvin Singleton: Somehow We Can

For three decades, Alvin Singleton’s compositions have blended scored passages and jazz-inflected improvisation. In "Somehow We Can," he offers four distinct pieces from throughout his career, featuring Wadada Leo Smith, Anthony Davis, Martha Mooke and the Marian Anderson String Quartet. … Continue reading